Main Menu

Maisy Plays Soccer

Maisy Plays Soccer Free Read Maisy Plays Soccer - by Lucy Cousins - Maisy Plays Soccer, Maisy Plays Soccer Wow look at the crowd Maisy and friends play a rousing game of soccer in a read aloud sure to have aspiring little players cheering Maisy and her friends can t wait to play soccer Maisy puts on her u

  • Title: Maisy Plays Soccer
  • Author: Lucy Cousins
  • ISBN: 9780763672386
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read Maisy Plays Soccer - by Lucy Cousins, Free Read Maisy Plays Soccer - by Lucy Cousins, Maisy Plays Soccer, Lucy Cousins, Maisy Plays Soccer Wow look at the crowd Maisy and friends play a rousing game of soccer in a read aloud sure to have aspiring little players cheering Maisy and her friends can t wait to play soccer Maisy puts on her uniform laces up her sneakers and heads to the field Charlie Tallulah and Dotty are on the blue team while Maisy Cyril and Eddie are on the red Let s play Soon enoWow look at. Free Read Maisy Plays Soccer - by Lucy Cousins - Maisy Plays Soccer, Maisy Plays Soccer Wow look at the crowd Maisy and friends play a rousing game of soccer in a read aloud sure to have aspiring little players cheering Maisy and her friends can t wait to play soccer Maisy puts on her u

  • Free Read Maisy Plays Soccer - by Lucy Cousins
    196Lucy Cousins
Maisy Plays Soccer


One Comment to Maisy Plays Soccer

  1. Lucy Cousins, BA Honours in Graphic Design from The Faculty of Arts and Architecture, Brighton Polytechnic, postgraduate degree from Royal College of Art, is an author illustrator of children s books She is best known for her books featuring Maisy Mouse but she has also published other children s books including one about Noah s Ark She is a mother of four and lives in Hampshire, England Her own children are the inspiration for her books whose age range is 2 8.

  2. My 3.5 year old and I love the Maisy books Each one is brief, simple and cheerful There are no obstacles or problems, just everyday fun activities I like the First Experiences books because they present the experience in a completely enjoyable way, so don t introduce the idea that the experience is something to be nervous about.


  3. I love this book and the tv show I always enjoyed reading these books and watching the show This book is great for early readers.


  4. Maisy Plays Soccer is a good book to read to little ones to teach them about being a part of a team as well as what good sportsmanship looks like I like the language the book uses such as when the other team scores a goal Maisy tells the goalie on her team Don t worry, Eddie You ll save it next time The book would be a good book to read to a child that is playing sports for the first time as well as to read to preschool or kindergartners as well as they will have team sports as a part of P.E cla [...]


  5. A cute book about Maisy the Mouse and her friends as they play soccer Bright, colorful art, and large enough print to catch a toddlers attention Didn t like that soccer is not explained very well, or explained that it is called by other names in other places Or that both teams won But cute, nonetheless.


  6. This brightly colored book with gouache illustrations shows that winning isn t everything as Maisy and her friends play a rousing game of soccer When Eddie fails to prevent the goal, it s no big deal since he will do better next time This book for young readers is a great reminder that part of playing a sport is spending time with friends.


  7. Part of the Maisy First Experiences Book series, Maisy Plays Soccer introduces young readers to the sport of soccer and the concept of sportsmanship Simple writing and vibrant artwork, trademarks of the Maisy books, combine to create an engaging story about Maisy as she and her friends prepare for and play in a soccer match Perfect for young soccer fans as well as fans of the show.


  8. Lively, engaging illustrations with a cute, simple story will make this a good choice for story time for our two year olds.


  9. Like all of the Maisy first experience books, this is a great overview of what a soccer game will be like for a preschooler Great gender balance throughout.



  10. Meh, typical storyline Yes, the message about playing with friends was good, but the typical no winners etc was kind of predictable Even the illustrations were mediocre.